2800 Kidd Rd, Raleigh, NC 27610
We understand how difficult it may be to transition to a senior living community, however, at Wake Assisted Living Memory Care, we create an environment that enables residents to feel secure. Residents are all attended to with personalized care by our staff. We provide ongoing care that enriches the lives of every resident, making our community one of compassion, understanding, and love. We are located in a wonderful city that vitalizes everyone from every walk of life. For example, residents and guests can enjoy the beautiful Raleigh Country Club that’s literally steps from our front door.
Wake Assisted Living Memory Care ensures that every resident has the resources and amenities to live in place and in grace. We provide three nutritious meals daily and have visiting health care staff that promote overall well-being with medication management, speech therapy, podiatrists, assistance with activities of daily living, trained staff for de-escalating behaviors, medication management, and more. We also provide indoor and outdoor common areas for leisure and relaxation. Transportation for off-site outings and appointments is also available at a reasonable cost.
For residents with Alzheimer's disease or dementia, Wake Assisted Living offers a stimulating and specialized environment. Staff are...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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The staff work with you really well and the business manager is amazing, The community is very neat and clean and the staff is amazing, they take good care of our loved one and the value is great. I would recommend this community to others.
Beware. There is not enough staff and people here who need looking after are not being taken care of. There is a large turnover in residence because of "accidents." The staff is nice when you speak to them but if you stop and look you will see things that will make you nervous. Due to the issues with the patients at this facility they cannot speak for themselves when something happens. But you need to ask them the average the turnover rate of staff and patients.
This looked like a clean community when I visited. I might have considered this community, however I did not feel that the staff were very friendly during the tour. They do offer some daily activities.
So far things have gone good with Wake Assisted Care. This is the first place we got my sister in where she accepted it and seems to be doing well. My main critique is that they do not seem to have enough staff. I have noticed that to be an issue at several of these places. Other than that for the most part things have been good overall. My sister has adjusted to it.
very nice , clean , friendly, all the employees that I saw were smiling and looked to really enjoy their job. facility was a locked facility and was 100% dementia patients
This was rather large and it was a very clean place, it was spectacularly clean, when you walked in there there were no odors, it was very clean. The administration was exceptionally nice and the staff there seemed very good but the dementia level there seemed liked they were all very advanced and it was very depressing to us, especially one of my sisters.
I visited Wake Assisted Living on Friday. It is an older building and they are doing a great job updating and remodeling. I liked that the facility is not so big.
Place isn't fancy but was clean and the staff friendly and caring. This may work for short respite.
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